Cape Coral Daily Breeze: Written by John Benedict. October 27, 2017.
Southwest Florida is a fabulous place with great sun, air, access to the gulf and people but there is one major embarrassment, the pollution of Caloosahatchee River. Our lovely canals and river often look black from the pollution emanating from Lake Okeechobee, creating algae, killing fish (even) dolphins, and making our canals the largest wastewater basin in the world. We understand that much of that pollution derives from sugar plants and over development without the necessary utilities to handle the waste.
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